If you are single:
You may want your estate to go to friends and charities as well as family.
If you are married in a civil marriage:
Don’t assume that your partner will ‘automatically’ receive your estate, other factors also come into play.
If you are a parent:
Who will look after your children? You need to ensure that you have an appointed guardian.
If you are retired:
Your will may be out-of-date and in need of refreshing. It may now need to include your grandchildren?
Plan now and save!
Making a Will ensures that you are in control of what happens to your property and family and we find that, once it has been completed, instead of feeling dread and unease people feel a great relief that everything will be handled as they intended.
The pitfalls of not having a Will
Although most people consider having a Will, they are unaware of the outcome of dying intestate (without a Will).